Generic expert system tool



artificial intelligence
(GEST) An expert system shell for Symbolics Lisp machine, with frames, forward chaining, backward chaining and fuzzy logic; written by John Gilmore(?) at GA Tech.
Latest version: 4.0, as of 1995-04-16.
(ftp://ftp.gatech.edu/pub/ai/gest.tar.Z).
(1995-04-16)

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